Underlying 'control' pages, which help shape, configure, and contribute content.
An architect page is the location of one of the five primary types of site structures listed below — both where the structure resides and where it is managed. When you create a menu, for example, you create a menu architect page.
Each architect page adds structure and content to page display across a site. Architect pages can be set to be used across the entire site (a site default), at just the space level, and in some cases, at the individual page level (page design architect pages). All architect pages reside in the Theme Press Default Space.
Displays system messages above the Confluence Header
Displays content in the header
Provides site/space navigation in the header
Defines page structure and, potentially, content
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Displays content in the canvas footer